Montclair police blotter: Oct. 3

Montclair police blotter: Oct. 3

Montclair police blotter: Oct. 3
Montclair police blotter: Oct. 3
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Tuesday, Sept. 22—A 39-year-old Jersey Metropolis resident was arrested on Park Road and charged with defiant trespass.

Thursday, Sept. 24—A 40-year-old Newark resident was charged with driving whereas intoxicated following a motorcar cease on Bloomfield Avenue. 

Sunday, Sept. 27—A 44-year-old Jersey Metropolis resident was charged with driving whereas intoxicated following a motorcar cease on Chestnut Road. 


Monday, Sept. 28—Police responded to the world of South Park Road on a report of an assault in progress. They situated a male sufferer affected by facial accidents. The sufferer reported being assaulted, and mentioned a bottle of alcohol was stolen from him. Officers situated the suspect, a 40-year-old Newark resident, and charged him with theft. 


Wednesday, Sept. 23—A Woodland Avenue resident reported being woke up within the early morning hours by an unknown particular person reaching into her bed room window, trying to take away her cellular phone. The suspect was scared off and fled in an unknown path.

Thefts from motor automobiles

Wednesday, Sept. 23—A Washington Avenue resident reported that an unknown male had entered his unlocked automobile whereas it was parked within the driveway. Surveillance digicam footage confirmed the suspect enter the driving force’s facet door. Nothing gave the impression to be taken. A neighbor reported the identical male tried to enter his automobiles, nonetheless, the doorways have been locked.

Friday, Sept. 25—A Glenridge Avenue resident reported parking her automobile within the car parking zone of her constructing at midday. When she returned at 7:30 a.m. the next day, she found her Michael Kors purse had been eliminated. It appeared that the automobile had been entered through {a partially} opened rear window.

Motorized vehicle theft/restoration

Saturday, Sept. 26—A Union Road resident reported that his 2016 Ford Escape was stolen from his driveway between 3 a.m. and eight a.m. The automobile was recovered on Sept. 27 in Newark. 

Sunday, Sept. 27—A 2002 Ford Explorer reported stolen from New York Metropolis was recovered parked and unoccupied on Sylvan Place by a patrol officer.

Sunday, Sept. 27—A 2020 Toyota Rav4 reported stolen from Bloomfield was recovered parked and unoccupied on Mission Road by a patrol officer. 


Thursday, Sept. 24—A complainant reported that unknown particular person(s) eliminated credit score and debit playing cards and money from his pockets whereas he was taking part in baseball at Glenfield Park.

Friday, Sept. 25—The supervisor on the CVS Pharmacy on Claremont Avenue reported that a person entered the shop and stole roughly $80 price of laundry merchandise.

Friday, Sept. 25—A Hilltop Place resident reported that two packages, delivered on two completely different dates, have been stolen from her entrance porch. 

Saturday, Sept. 26—A Mission Road resident reported that her white Ancheer electrical bicycle with black lettering, outfitted with material saddle luggage, was stolen from a indifferent storage between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. The bicycle is valued at roughly $800. 

Saturday, Sept. 26—A complainant reported {that a} white Specialised mountain bicycle with crimson lettering was stolen from outdoors of the Shell fuel station on Bloomfield Avenue. 


Saturday, Sept. 26—A Union Road resident reported that the entrance passenger facet window of his automobile was shattered by a rock. 

The police blotter is offered to Montclair Native on the discretion of the Montclair Police Division and will not mirror the whole scope of police exercise. Any incidents described are allegations, and any individuals talked about within the blotter are presumed harmless till confirmed responsible. The MPD encourages anybody who needs to report felony or suspicious exercise, or who has data pertaining to an ongoing investigation, to name 973-744-1234. In an emergency, residents are urged to name 911.